San Marino opens its doors to vaccine tourism: two doses of vaccine for 50 euro

The vaccination program in San Marino is currently only open to tourists from countries with which Italy has opened the border.

San Marino, a tiny city-state in Italy, does not require a visa for Turkish citizens, but your first stop will be Italy, as the country does not have its own airport. A Schengen visa is required as you will be passing through Italy. There is no passport control at the entrance and exit from San Marino.

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